Friday, August 28, 2009

Big-ish News!

On August first, if you recall, my cousin got married. Here is a link, if you are curious:
Anyway, on the day of the wedding, we were driving down to Leamington. I was half-awake, bored, and bitter, and was listening to my MP3 and watching the clouds. Out of nowhere, I get this feeling in the pit of my stomach, like butterflies. It is a common feeling in pregnant women (as someone who writes a lot of stories with a pregnancy, I research this extensively).
Now, at first, I was “told” it was Melissa that was pregnant. She had cancer, and it would have been difficult for her to get pregnant due to the radiation therapy. So, then I didn’t trust myself, and settled to someone in the wedding party being pregnant.
I kind of forgot I had the prediction until just now.

Today is my mother’s birthday. Melissa just called to wish her a happy birthday...and to tell us she’s pregnant. Eleven weeks, to be exact. She is due in March. Her wedding was almost exactly four weeks ago, so I knew she was pregnant before she knew she was pregnant.

My first prediction that has been confirmed! I’m so excited!

...oh, and I guess I’m sorta happy for my cousin...


Lisey said...

OMG LEA YAY!!! See, your third eye is opening in more ways now! I couldn't be more excited for you. I know exactly the joy felt in making a positive prediction and having it come true. You know about my kitty-cannon dream, though that wasn't positive. But omg Lea this is great. I'm so happy. If I was there with you, I'd be celebrating :)


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